Race winner Kasey Kahne, crew chief Keith Rodden and car owner Rick Hendrick (No. 5 Farmers Insurance Chevrolet) Second place finisher Brad Keselowski (No. 2 Miller Lite Ford) Third place finisher Ryan Newman (No. 31 Velvet Shells & Cheese Chevrolet))
by Pete McCole All Kasey Kahne needed to snap a 102-race winless streak was one last good restart and hope that he could make it to the finish before another calamity broke out. He got exactly what he needed to beat out Brad Keselowski and win Sunday's wreck-filled Brickyard 400 at Indianapolis Motor Speedway to win his 18th-career Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series race and his first since 2014.
Lilly Diabetes 250 at Indianapolis In his first-ever start at Indianapolis Motor Speedway, NASCAR Xfinity Series rookie William Byron showed off skills more like that of a seasoned veteran while holding off former Brickyard 400 winner Paul Menard over the closing laps to win Saturday's Lilly Diabetes 250 for his third victory of the season.
Defending Brickyard 400 winner Kyle Busch continued his domination of the 2.5-mile Indianapolis Motor Speedway oval by winning the Coors Light pole for Sunday's race in his Joe Gibbs Racing Toyota. Kevin Harvick will start on the outside of the front row in his #4 Ford. Jamie McMurray, Jimmie Johnson and Denny Hamlin rounded out the top-5
Snaps 27-race Winless Streak Using a late-race restart 18 laps from the finish and a strategy to 'go where the others aren't,' Matt Crafton muscled past veteran dirt racer Stewart Friesen to win Wednesday night's fifth annual Eldora Dirt Derby 150 NASCAR Camping World Truck Series race at Eldora Speedway and snap a 27-race winless streak.
Danica Patrick & Kevin Harvick Preview The Brickyard 400
Synonymous with the world famous Indy 500 and the IndyCar series in general, Indianapolis Motor Speedway is also a crucial and historic track in the world of NASCAR. Speaking to Mobil 1 The Grid ahead of the 2017 Brickyard 400, Stewart-Haas Racing's Danica Patrick and Kevin Harvick share their thoughts on Jeff Gordon, Rick Mears and why racing remains at the heart of the city of Indianapolis. Hear Kevin Harvick say he really wanted to be an IndyCar driver.
Denny Hamlin held off a closing Kyle Larson to win the NASCAR Monster Cup race in Loudon, New Hampshire ending his 28-race losing streak. Larson who had won the pole but started last after his car failed inspection charged through the field to second but ran out of laps to catch Hamlin. Martin Truex Jr. came home third in his Toyota with Matt Kenseth and Kevin Harvick rounding out the top-5.
Overton's 200 at New Hampshire Motor Speedway Kyle Busch capitalized on a pit-road miscue by Brad Keselowski in the late stages of Saturday's NASCAR Xfinity Series race and beat out his newest Joe Gibbs Racing teammate Ryan Preece to collected his 89th-career series victory with a win in the Overton's 200 at New Hampshire Motor Speedway. William Byron was third, followed by Kyle Larson and Keselowski.
After initial pole winner Kyle Larson's car fails inspection
After initially qualifying second for Sunday’s NASCAR Cup Series race at New Hampshire Motor Speedway, Martin Truex Jr. was later informed that he won the pole due to Kyle Larson’s car failing post-qualifying inspection. It was the first pole of the season for Truex, who had qualified second five times. It was also his 13th career pole. “Not the way we wanted to get our first pole of the year,” said Truex. “But looking forward to starting front and having a good pit selection.”
Martin Truex, Jr. Survives To Win At Kentucky Speedway
Quaker State 400 Martin Truex, Jr. survived a overtime finish to win his third Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series race of the season in Saturda night's Quaker State 400 at Kentucky Speedway. After a late-stage caution wiped out his 15-second lead on the field, Truex managed to hold off Kyle Busch and Kyle Larson in the final three-lap shootout to score his 10th-career Cup Series victory.
Kyle Busch Collects Second Xfinity Win Of The Season
Alsco 300 Kyle Busch may still have a giant goose egg in the win column in the Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series, but that hasn't stopped him from beating up the field in the NASCAR Xfinity Series. Busch led 70 laps including the final 33 laps to beat out Ryan Blaney for his second Xfinity Series victory of the season and 88th of his career.
Quaker State 400 For Kyle Busch, the second time was the charm on Friday at Kentucky Speedway - because there was no third time. With the threat of a lightning storm imminent at the 1.5-mile track, NASCAR shortened knockout qualifying from three rounds to two, putting Busch on the pole for Saturday's Quaker State 400 Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series race.
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